How many species of fish are in the great barrier reef?

How many species of fish are in the great barrier reef?

More than 1,500 fish species live on the reef, including the clownfish, red bass, red-throat emperor, and several species of snapper and coral trout. About 5,000 species of mollusks live on the reef.

How did the word Cajun originate?

The French colonized Canada beginning in 1604, with many settling in what is now Nova Scotia but was then called Acadie. The word Cajun comes from the word Acadian.

What fictional character has been played by the most actors?

Having been depicted on screen 254 times, GWR today announces that Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s fictional detective, has been awarded a world record for the most portrayed literary human character in film & TV.

Which US president had 15 children?

John Tyler was the most prolific of all American President: he had 15 children and two wives.

Who succeeded Ramses the Great?

Merenptah was the thirteenth boy of Ramesses II to be named Crown Prince. Having survived the previous twelve, he succeeded Ramesses II as pharaoh at age 60. Twosret ruled as a female pharaoh in her own right for one to two years.

Who has won the most Academy Awards?

Walt Disney holds the world record for the most Academy Awards won by one person, he has won twenty statuettes, and twelve other plaques and certificates

How exactly does kryptonite affect kryptonians?

Not only does it prevent the further absorption of solar energy, it displaces, painfully, said solar energy with kryptonite radiation causing the immediate loss of a Kryptonian’s superhuman abilities within seconds and can, depending on the purity and exposure length, lead to the death of a Kryptonian by a form of “radiation poisoning”.

When did Greenwich Mean Time start?

Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) was adopted as the world’s time standard at the Washington Meridian Conference in 1884. This conference also established Universal Time, from which the international 24-hour time-zone system grew. This is why all time zones refer back to GMT on the prime meridian.